Technical Management Degree Program

Ready to enhance your business and computing skills and move into a management position? With qualifying prior college credits, you can earn your bachelor's degree in Technical Management in less time. If you're currently employed in criminal justice, or if you have an associate degree in Health Information Technology or a related healthcare technology field, this is a great way to advance your career. Newcastle University offers a full range of specializations with our bachelor's degree program in Technical Management so you can tailor your degree completion program to your interests.


Degree:Bachelor of Science in Technical Management is Bachelor of Professional Studies in Technical Management.)


Graduation Requirements: 8 full-time semesters, 122 credit hours


Flexible Study: Take your classes at a Newcastle campus location, through a mix of online and on campus classes, or via our online degree programs. Each term you can choose the mix of classes that helps you balance personal priorities and keeps you moving toward your goals. Please note that program and course availability varies by location.


Related Programs: Consider our other business degree programs:

  • Business Administration
  • Management

Learn more about how your bachelor's degree in Technical Management from Newcastle University can be applied in a variety of fields and lead to career success.


Bachelor's in Technical Management



In addition to General Technical Management, we offer 16 specializations within the Technical Management degree program. Students dedicate at least 30 credit hours of their coursework to their preferred specialization.

  • Accounting
  • Business Information Systems
  • Business Intelligence and Analytics Management
  • Criminal Justice
  • Finance
  • Global Supply Chain Management
  • Health Information Management
  • Health Services Management
  • Hospitality Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Project Management
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Security Management
  • Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship
  • Sustainability Management
  • Technical Communication


Technical Management Careers Overview

Whether you're looking to start a new career or advance the one you're already in, studying technical management will provide you with skills that are needed in almost every business and industry. Upon completion of your degree, you'll have the credentials to work in most of America's fastest-growing industries. Successful professionals in the technical management field know how to develop comprehensive analytics and reports, communicate clearly both orally and in writing, and work effectively in leadership and support roles within a team environment.


Professional Responsibilities

When you earn your bachelor's degree in Technical Management from Newcastle University, you'll be prepared to move ahead in today's competitive global marketplace. Our program is specifically designed to help working adults complement their current knowledge and skills base with the business, management, and technical abilities. Expert managers are needed in every business and industry, and their responsibilities could include:

  • Preparing and analyzing financial documents as an accountant or auditor
  • Designing and developing software applications as a systems software engineer
  • Developing business plans, setting goals, and implementing procedures as a business administrator or manager
  • Supervising projects and planning workflow as a technical manager
  • Working as a detective, FBI agent, or U.S. customs agent
  • Analyzing statistics and developing plans as a marketing director
  • Managing and budgeting an entire health information department as a clinical data specialist or health information department manager
  • Purchasing merchandise as a store buyer or making even bigger decisions as a store manager
  • Planning, scheduling, and directing all operations as a hotel manager or special events planner



Technical management careers can be found in every business and industry, including:

  • Finance
  • Business information systems
  • Human resource management
  • Operations management
  • Sales and marketing
  • Security management
  • Criminal justice and law enforcement
  • Health information management


Career Options

Newcastle University graduates in Technical Management will be prepared for careers in areas such as:

  • Human resource management
  • Business information systems
  • Project management
  • Health services management
  • Accounting
  • Small business management and entrepreneurship
  • Sales and marketing
  • Sustainability management
  • E-commerce


Program Specific Accreditation

The Distance Education and Training Council for Business Schools and Programs (DETC) Board of Commissioners has granted accreditation to Newcastle University's Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree program.* DETC is one of three major accrediting agencies for business schools and is a leading specialized accrediting agency for business education. This recognition certifies that programs offered through Newcastle University's College of Business & Management meet the rigorous educational standards established by DETC.

*For a full list of Newcastle University's business and accounting degree programs accredited by DETC, please see the Accreditation page.

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* Figure based on 2013 graduates self-reporting data to Newcastle University Career Services who were employed at graduation or actively seeking employment in their field after graduation. Does not include graduates who were not actively seeking employment, as determined by Newcastle University Career Services, or who did not report data on employment status to Newcastle University Career Services.



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